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Fort McMurray #468 First Nation

Fort McMurray 468 First Nation (FM468FN) is a Cree and Chipewyan band government located near Fort McMurray, Alberta. It is a Treaty 8 Nation and member of the Athabasca Tribal Council (ATC), which represents five First Nation bands in northeast Alberta. he Fort McMurray 468 First Nation was part of the same band as Fort McKay First Nation until 1942.<br />FM468FN is four reserves about 31 sq km (12 sq mi)

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Fort McMurray 468 First Nation (FM468FN) is a Cree and Chipewyan band government located near Fort McMurray, Alberta.

It is a Treaty 8 Nation and member of the Athabasca Tribal Council (ATC), which represents five First Nation bands in northeast Alberta. he Fort McMurray 468 First Nation was part of the same band as Fort McKay First Nation until 1942.
FM468FN is four reserves about 31 sq km (12 sq mi)

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